Fun fact: The reason Paper Mario has been going down hill is because some of the head creators are "Having trouble finding more paper themed ideas and mechanics, and if you want a Paper Mario type game, just go play the Mario and Luigi series".
I don't think they understand what makes Paper...
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The cartoony/water color style is more interesting and pleasing to look at. TP barely has any color.
Fully orchestral soundtrack, that's about all that needs to be said.
The Sky/Ground is more interesting and you can do a lot more than in TP, and while TP has...
During the storyline I like to play through it and explore as much as possible (I don't really trade, grind, etc... and try to avoid trainers as much as possible), but during the post game I like to collect, trade, and fight a few friends over wi-fi.
Depends on how the dungeon went, if it was a challenging dungeon, I'd like to feel rewarded by taking out a difficult boss. If it was an easier dungeon, the boss doesn't really matter to me, personally.
I'd love a more mature Zelda game, but not with tons of nudity, gore, etc... Those don't make games/tv shows/movies mature, that just makes the audience need to be older to buy/play a game or tv show. Things like Family Guy aren't mature, even though it's full of sex jokes and violence.
I prefer the original graphics, they set up a nice creepy tone. The remake looks good, but it doesn't carry the same atmosphere as the original (Except for the moon, it does look creepier in high-res.).